About this Show

KPIX 5 News Early Edition

News News/Business. Frank Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.

NETWORK
CBS

DURATION
01:00:00

RATING

SCANNED IN
San Francisco, CA, USA

SOURCE
Comcast Cable

TUNER
Channel 109 (705 MHz)

VIDEO CODEC
mpeg2video

AUDIO CODEC
ac3

PIXEL WIDTH
1280

PIXEL HEIGHT
720

TOPIC FREQUENCY

Us 16, San Francisco 15, U.s. 11, Oakland 8, Richmond 8, Sal 5, The City 5, North Korea 5, New York 4, Southern California 4, United States 3, Janine De La Vega 3, Tara Moriarty 3, Francis 3, Ktvu 3, San Jose 3, South Korea 3, California 3, Pakistan 2, Google 2,
Borrow a DVD
of this show
  CBS    KPIX 5 News Early Edition    News  News/Business. Frank  
   Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.  

    March 29, 2013
    6:00 - 7:00am PDT  

6:00am
child. lorraine blanco is in richmond talking with police. lorraine. >> reporter: richmond police tell us they are following several leads this morning. but they have no suspects in custody yet. one-year-old elijah ali is in fair condition at children's hospital. at 1:30 yesterday the city shot spotter system captured the rapid gunfire near first street and mcdonald. the intended target a man on his bicycle survived with a shot to his leg. the child underwent emergency surgery for bullet fragments in his neck. the grandfather was feeding the child when the child was struck. although he is dumbfounded by the violence, he is also grateful. >> i feel bad for the people who's kids get shot and pass away. i guess i'm lucky to have my son. he is still alive. thank god. >> i am really angry about this. i a sickened. i am appalled.
6:01am
this is completely unacceptable and it is our highest priority to catch those who are involved. >> reporter: the police chief also tells us that the city doubled its normal reward to $25,000. hoping to arrest the shooter very quickly. police are looking into whether the shooting was gang related. they are talking with many people in the area and so far again no suspects in custody. reporting live in richmond lorraine blanco ktvu channel 2 news. drug sniffing dogs will be patrolling middle and high schools in dublin again. the school district will have dogs that can sniff out illegal and prescription drugs. budget cuts forced them to stop using the dogs in 2007 but they voted to bring them back last year. time is 6:03. search is on for two men who followed people from a light rail station in san jose and robbed them. janine de la vega sat station with -- is at the station with a look at the suspects. >> reporter: i am standing in
6:02am
front of the light rail station. police say passengers who were riding the train were followed from here and into a neighborhood about a half a mile away and then robbed. police want to know if you recognize these two men. one of them is black, the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. this is surveillance video of the two suspects leaving the train on march 8th. investigators say at 7:30 that night suspects followed victims from a train into the 2700 block. that is where they confronted the victims saying they would shoot if they didn't turn over their property. the suspects robbed the victims and ran away. the first is described as being black, 5'10", 180 pounds with a afro wearing a white t-shirt and white and black plaid shorts. the other is latino 5'8", 180
6:03am
pounds. he f you have any information about this robbery or if you recognize either of the suspects, you're asked to call police. now a woman was robbed last month after she was followed by two suspects off a light rail station. that one was on ray street but we shared that picture on our morning news. somebody recognized one of the suspects and that is how police were able to catch the suspects in that robbery that just happened to involve another light rail station. so police are really hoping for anybody's help and hoping the same thing will work in this case. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega. new this morning a suicide bomber killed 11 people and injured more than 20 in an attack near the u.s. consulate in pakistan. police in pakistan say the suicide bomber attacked a police convoy. reportedly the target of the attack was a is paramilitary commander.
6:04am
he was not hurt. the taliban claim responsibility for the attack saying that the paramilitary are part of a system we don't recognize and they are operating against us. meantime a mass rally in north korea today against the united states. coming up at 6:15 the action by the u.s. that has north korea threatening to settle accounts. time now is 6:06. michelle shock is protesting the cancellation of her shows that comes after what concert goers call an antigay rant in san francisco. this is shock sitting outside moe's alley in santa cruz. she is dressed in white with tape across her white that says silenced by fear. during a show in san francisco last month she spoke out against same sex marriage. about two-thirds of the audience walked out. since then most of the clubs on her tour including moe's alley have canceled. investigators in washington state are trying to figure out what caused that massive
6:05am
landslide that forced dozens of people out of their homes. it happened on wouldbe island near seattle on wednesday. one home has been destroyed. several others damaged. the county is now tagging other homes that are said to be dangerous and investigators have given the all clear to some of the people to return back home. time now is 6:07. we are looking at traffic in the east bay. the fog seems to be closer to the bay and the coast. some of the east bay but not here in lafayette. it's nice and clear between walnut creek and oakland. you can see traffic that moves well to the tunnel. when you get to the other side you will see thick fog. some dense fog on the bridge itself and a little bit at the toll plaza. the metering lights usually gone on at 6:15 which is interesting to see if we'll have big crowd today. this is a look at northbound
6:06am
and southbound 280 on their map system. you can see the traffic is light there. not a lot of lot of yellow and red spots. let's go to steve. all right, sal. we're in the city. and lincoln center up above that fog. there is definitely fog around coast and bay. visibility near zero in some spots. brent said clear sky there is. and he's dusting off the hawaiian shirt. i can't blame you. mid 70s out in the inland area. the is definitely in place. below though don't be deceived even though it will be mostly sunny here today. it will give us a lot of cloud cover and it will give us rain and thunderstorms. a very warm pattern away from the coast and not bad by it. kind of high clouds and tropical moisture might filter in here. rain returns over the weekend. a lot of cloud cover on saturday and it looks like it will drift across us on sunday. today because of in advance of
6:07am
that system inland temps will be very mild, warm, and muggy. 40s on the temps. yesterday we had the drizzle the light rain for some. so we are running cooler inland. still 50s closer to the bay. 43 ukiah. up 51 sacramento. 50s and 60s throughout much of the state. th low is slowly drifting toward us. it will be here with increasing clouds on saturday. thick fog gives way to sun for most. it will be warm. kind of muggy as we said. 70s. mid 70s. a few upper 70s. is mountain view in there at 71. 60s on the coast. cloudy and rain. and for everyone on sunday showers monday morning and clearing out tuesday looks good. a spike in car thefts. where they have more than doubled. last july the president of chic-fil-a spoke out about same
6:08am
sex marriage. now there is a different opinion on the menu. and google is looking to deliver more than information to its users.
6:09am
6:10am
welcome back to the morning news. we have learned a bay area couple died in that big rig crash near davis. it happened yesterday morning on interstate 880. investigators say the big rig driver choked on food and
6:11am
passed out at the wheel. his truck crashed into the center divide and into a car. the big rig driver suffered moderate injuries. he may face criminal charges. memorial service will be held sunday for a san francisco woman who was hit by a car while she crossed the street. 68-year-old tonya had been clinging to life since last thursday's accident. she suffered severe brain trauma and died on wednesday. she was walking with her husband who suffered minor leg injuries. the driver stayed at the crash and was not arrested. auto thefts are up in san jose and drivers say something needs to be done about it. more than 1800 cars were stolen in january and february. that is a 53% increase over the same time last year. one city council member thinks the prison realignment policy is to blame. >> think we're having arrieres
6:12am
-- our issues with folks coming out of jail and into the community. >> san jose police auto theft detail ended a year ago due to staffing levels. san jose mayor chuck reed hopes as many as 100 officers will be hired by the end of the year to help address the spike in property crime. north korea is making new threats against the u.s. today. leader kim jong un ordered his rocket forces to be ready to attack. as kyla campbell reports u.s. officials are taking this threat very seriously. >> reporter: the u.s. says it's ready to defend both american soil and south korea after kim jong un said his rocket forces were ready to quote settle accounts with the u.s.. the young north korean leader has intensified his threats against the u.s. in recent weeks. he says he's ready to attack american soil after the u.s. flew b-2 bombers to south korea for military exercises yesterday. south korea says there has been more activity this week at north korea's missile test
6:13am
sites. also the military determined a rocket launch by north korea in december had the ability to reach the west coast of the u.s.. now some experts say kim jong un is using verbal threats that he won't follow through on. but some fair un will cross the red line without even knowing it. >> a new theme we have seen is the claim that they already have a nuclear weapon that can already hit the united states. that we've only seen about the last three or four months since their successful long range missile test. and nuclear test. >> i just called the pentagon a few minutes ago. so far there is no word on how the military could respond to the threats from north korea. we'll take a closer look at the timeline to see how they have escalated in recent threats. we are learn new details this morning about the condition of south african president nelson mandela. the president is in the hospital getting treatment for
6:14am
a recurring lung infection. officials say he is in good spirits and making steady process. his office released a statement saying the 94-year-old enjoyed a full breakfast this morning. this is his third visit to the hospital since december. prosecutors are now responding to a plea offer from the colorado movie theater shooting. he's accused of killing 12 people and injuring 70 others. he said he would plead guilty to the charges to avoid the death penalty. prosecutors say it's extremely unlikely they will agree to the offer. they have come up with ideas to reduce crime. coming up in eight minutes the first of its kind nation-wide program the cities where people can sign up for the $400 shotgun in training. a boxing champion is in trouble with the law. he was arrested at jfk yesterday when airport security found an unloaded handgun
6:15am
inside a locked gun box. guerrero says the firearm is registered in california but new york law enforcements says he's not licensed to carry that gun in new york. he was there to promote a may 4th bout against floyd mayweather junior. supreme court is not expected to rule for months on proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. but time magazine is declaring gay marriage has already won. the weekly news magazine has two different covers. one features a lesbian couple from new york and the other features a gay couple from southern california. time says the cover story features america's change in attitude toward same sex marriage. one chic-fil-a restaurant is serving up free food in support of same sex marriage. on monday the owner of a chic- fil-a gave free meal coupons to a group of same sex marriage advocates. he wanted to show that chic-fil- a does not discriminate despite previous comments by kathy.
6:16am
if all goes according to plan repairs to fire damage restaurant in berkeley could be finished by hid june. the world famous restaurant was damaged in an early morning fire earlier mismonth and has been closed ever since. the new restaurant will feature elements from a japanese shrine and american craftsman style. reconstruction expected to start in just about two weeks. >> loot of people looking -- a lot of people looking forward to that restaurant reopening. >> yes, they are. sal, you're looking at the south bay. >> yes. we have a camera mounted on a building in downtown san jose. looking at 280 northbound and southbound. we don't have a lot going on. but the traffic is light today. it is good friday. the markets the financial markets are closed. that means financial people may have the day off. also some schools are observing good friday. they are closed as well. around this time of year many schools observe spring break. so we have a lighter than usual
6:17am
commute at the bay bridge toll plaza. as you can see we have a bigger backup. the fog is an issue. it's foggy on the bridge. it's not as foggy as it was maybe an hour ago. on the peninsula highway 101 and 280 the traffic here looking pretty good. we talked about the south bay 101 also looks good. 6:19 let's go to steve. thank you, sal. you are correct we do have fog. it's been coming right down. dances around a little bit. usually thickens up this time. we get a little bit of a break today. a lot of fog coast and bay. once that burns off it will be sunny to mostly sunny. we get a little break from the higher clouds. it's just kind of an between weak high pressure today. it's on its way. thick fog. a warm pattern kind of sub tropical feel moisture coming up. few high clouds could drift in a little bit later. especially toward the diablo way. rain returns to the weekend.
6:18am
possibility of thundershowers as well. the big news today the temps will jump up inland. we'll get mid 70s. but 40s to start off with and 50s. couple locations in the mid 50s. we have the fog you probably held in the 50s if it's clear. 30s in the mountains. 40s and 50s elsewhere until you hit southern california. today is kind of a break between. and then this system will slowly drag itself toward us. by saturday it will cloud us up and rain will begin late saturday into sunday. thick fog away from the coast other locations are clear. 70s for many today. a quick jump up here the south wind and high pressure on us. 60s closer to the bay. 76 gilroy. cupertino 75. 70s redwood city. 65 san bruno. cloudy with rain developing to the north on saturday and for everyone on sunday a few lingering showers. >> thank you, steve.
6:19am
oil industry analysts say gas prices may have already peeked for -- peaked for necessary year. but analysts say gas prices started climbings at the end of last year and started slipping in mid february. gas prices hovering around $4 down 15 cents or more in the last month. google wants to deliver more than information. it's testing google shopping express. which brings groceries and other products to customers the same day as the order is placed. the test is being conducted in san francisco and a few communities on the northern end of the peninsula. google says it's part of an effort to increase consumer reliance. if the test goes well the service will expand. the tax deadline is rapidly approaching. and we already know that one social media mogul is going to owe the irs a lot of money. there is a new survey about texting and driving and
6:20am
teenagers are not the big offenders.
6:21am
6:22am
welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. mark zuckerberg may want to unfriend uncle sam. he is expected to owe more than $1 billion in taxes this year.
6:23am
that is because he decided to use a stock option to buy shares. zuckerberg planned for it though. he sold half of those shares to cover taxes. they are lunching a first of its kind program to arm americans. the armed citizen project wants to give free shotguns to single women and homeowners living in high crime neighborhoods. applicants have to go online and fill out a questionnaire and pass a background check. organizers hope to bring the program to arizona, texas, and other cities including new york, detroit, by the end of the year. >> if you're a criminal are you going to have a plaque that says this neighborhood protected by armed citizens are you going to break into that neighborhood? or are you going to go to the next neighborhood? >> gun recipients would receive firearm training but gun control advocates fear the shotguns will end up in the hands of criminals or young children. time now 6:25. at & t is releasing a new
6:24am
survey on distracted driving and the biggest culprits are not teenagers. the survey found 49% of adults survey text and drive even though they know it's dangerous and the trend is continuing to rise. six out of ten drivers said they never texted behind the wheel just three years ago. coming up on 6:30 now. sal, the fog continues to be an issue. how is it looking for traffic? >> it will be tough driving in some areas, brian, because of that fog we mentioned here. let's take a look at some of the areas that are not foggy. at least not yet. northbound 280 getting up to highway 17 it's looking pretty good. also the morning commute is moving well. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. we do have areas of fog. some of that very, very thick coast and bay. inland not too much. lows 40s and 50s. we'll get a break from the higher clouds. but after the fog it will be mild to warm. big changes for the weekend. we'll have that coming up.
6:25am
coming up pope francis gets ready for his first good friday mass. how the church has already broken with tradition during this holy week. we are live in san francisco where a car plows through a house and the driver runs off. we'll show you the damage and tell you what police are saying about the suspect.
6:26am
6:27am
good morning, and thank you for joining us i'm brian flores. dave clark has the day off. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. markets are closed today for good friday. time now just about 6:30. we are continue fog follow developing news in san francisco where a driver plowed right into a house. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty has been there this morning. she is at haws street to explain what police say may have caused this crash. >> reporter: police are trying to track down the person that rammed their car into the side
6:28am
of this house. witnesses could not tell if the person was a man or woman but they appeared to be la tee no -- latino or pacific islander. it was enough to wake up everybody in the house. >> on my way to sleep. i felt this big jolt and it was shaking. i thought it was a big earthquake. and then we looked outside and saw the car on the sidewalk. >> reporter: many items inside the garage were ruined including a drier. a car parked outside was also damaged. police are running the license plates right now. they say the car was recently sold and oftentimes in these cases the driver is usually drunk and flees the scene and a few hours later when police catch up to them they will say
6:29am
the car was stolen and they didn't do it. but police say they have to remind them it's a crime to report a false crime. the person will face hit and run charges and possibly dui. the people that live here say they boarded up the side of the home where the hole was to keep the neighborhood raccoons out. live in san francisco i'm tara moriarty. richmond police call the case a top priority. they are searching for the gunman that opened fire outside an apartment building. a one-year-old boy was hit. coming up in 12 minutes the condition of that young victim plus the steps police are taking to catch the shooter. san jose police are hoping surveillance video will help them track down two men accused of robbing people. janine de la vega is at the light rail station where police say it all started. janine. >> reporter: brian, this is the second time the last couple of months where passengers from a light rail were followed off a train and robbed in a neighborhood. the fierceness accident
6:30am
happened at the ray street light rail station. this latest one was three teenagers who were the victims. police want you to take a good look at these two men. one is black the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. on march 8th these two men followed the three teenage boys off the train from the light rail station which is near capitol avenue. this is video of the two suspects getting off the train. investigators say they confronted the victims in a neighborhood about a half a mile away it was there where they threatened to shoot the boys if they didn't turn over property. after victims were robbed the suspects ran away. the first is black, 5'10", 180 pounds with a afro. the second latino 5'8", 180 pounds. if you have any information you are asked to please call
6:31am
police. and as the morning goes on, it's been pretty quiet out here at this particular station. but as we see more passengers we plan on asking them and showing them the pictures of the two suspects. when thics accident happened we found one passenger who recognized one of the suspects photos. again police are hoping they can get your help in this case as well. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. new this morning pope francis is getting ready to preside over his first good friday mass as leader of the catholic church. the ceremony begins in just a few hours. the new pope surprised catholics around the world by breaking with an age old tradition. pope francis washed and kissed the feet of two young women at a juvenile detention center in rome. that is ground breaking departure from church rules that restrict the holy thursday ritual to men.
6:32am
hundreds of people gathered in the holy land where jesus is believed to have been crucified and buried and resurrected for a good friday morning mass. earlier today they will walk in presessions following jesus' footsteps. right now some peace activists are beginning their march to the lawrence livermore laboratory. these are live pictures coming from there. for three decades antinuclear groups have held good friday protest there. again this is live shot from the lawrence livermore lab. the demonstration officially begins a half hour from now. past protestors blocked the lab's main gate. this years theme is based on the title dr. martin luther king junior's book where do we go from here? chaos or community? a fire truck responding to a call crashed in oakland. that happened about 9:00 last night at 90th avenue and bancroft. you can see from our video part
6:33am
of the fire truck ended up on top of the car. investigators say the collision did cause air bags to deploy. also this morning police are investigating whether alcohol was a factor in a richmond collision that injured seven people. police say the driver of a chevy camaro collided with a pickup truck at 7:20 last night. two people in the camaro were critically injured along with a man in the truck. four other people are also injured but expected to survive. the obama administration will propose the entire country start using the special kind of gas we already have here in california. the epa says they will result in cleaner air across the country. the agent city estimates that cleaner gas would only increase prices by a penny a gallon. however oil companies say it would add as much as nine cents a gallon. the president wants the new gas in use by 2017. 6:35 is the time. sal is checking in on traffic. pretty light. a lot of people have the
6:34am
holiday off. i think a lot of schools and businesses closed. >> that is true pam and brian. a lot of people have today off. we have already seen it on 237 westbound. it's usually crowded by now. you can usually see some slow traffic but we don't have any which is good news for you. if you have to use this freeway all the way over to 101. we have seen light commutes. bay bridge toll plaza. but you will also see fog on the span. so be careful there. if you're driving in the east bay livermore three ways. westbound 580 looks good from the altamont pass. that is a real sign when you see traffic looking this good. you know some people have the day off. let's go to steve. sal, thank you. well i'm standing on the fog up above for those that may be if you are listening. you are listening but not watching. there is the fog. some is right down on the ground. it's thick. up above finally a break. there could be more kind of rolling in a little bit later. most of those have lifted to the north. the cloud cover is not going
6:35am
away. it will be back. but it's more in line for probably saturday and then definitely sunday as the low gets very close. but in advance of that we do have clearing taking place. a warm pattern inland today. mid 70s. you will no doubt about it feel it. some of that moisture could creep back in here a little bit later. higher clouds. over all this is a break today. rain returns over the weekend. most likely laid saturday into monday. and possibility of thunderstorms as that low comes over us. today very mild to warm conditions inland with a muggy, humid feel. mostly sunny. 70nd. mid 70s and a possibility of few pushing upper 70s. 40s a little bit cooler inland areas. but the thickest fog continues to be closer to the coast and bay. that is where you find temperatures more in the 50s. our low is not going away. it is definitely starting to move toward us as it does it will increase clouds as we get to saturday and maybe rain saturday but more likely
6:36am
saturday night. 70s for temps for many away from the coast. closer to the coast and the bay 60s. it won't take long to warm up from inland temps. they will be above average today. mid 70s. a lot of low 70s across the board. 60s on the coast. dense fog on the coast. cloudy rain developing to the north bay on saturday. for everyone on sunday maybe thunderstorms as well. monday showers and clearing. tuesday looks sunny and nice. it's been a very dry winter and the low snow pack is sparking talk of water conservation. yesterday morning the later snow was taken in el dorado county. it's 32% of normal from this time of year. statewide this year snow is 52% of normal. fortunately our reservoirs are just below arch -- just below average. the city of santa cruz is taking extra precaution when it comes to the low snow pack. the city is considering water restrictions that could be put in place before summer.
6:37am
rainfall in the area is less than 60% of normal for this time of year. the city council could vote on restrictions as early as april 23rd. this is a horrendous story. a warning for dental patients in the midwest. why health officials say some patients in tulsa, oklahoma may have been exposed to hiv and hepatitis. richmond offering a $25,000 reward to catch a gunman who's bullet hit a one-year-old. we'll tell you how police are generating leads and have the latest on the child's condition.
6:38am
6:39am
6:40am
good morning. there is your fog on the bay. it's very thick in spots coast and bay. once it burns off it will be sunny to mostly sunny today. good morning. time right now is 6:42. here's a quick look at the top stories we following right few. police are investigating an over night shooting a block from alamo square that injured to people-- that injured two people. a driver who plowed into a home in san francisco's bay view district may have been under the influence. it happened around 4:00 this morning on haws street. police are still looking for the driver. north korean leader kim jong un has ordered his forces
6:41am
on stand by. its reaction to u.s. b-2 stealth bombers taking part in military drills. it is a shooting that has angered the community of relationship mopped. baby boy shot while in the arms of his grandparents. lorraine blanco is at the richmond police station where the department has put up a $25,000 reward to track down that shooter. lorraine. >> reporter: that is right. police tell us one-year-old elijah ali is in fair condition at children's hospital in oakland this morning. the police chief says they will be aggressively following leads in this case. this kind of violence is not going to be tolerated in richmond. at about 1:15 yesterday the city shot spotter captured the rapid gunfire near first street and mcdonald in richmond's triangle neighborhood. the intended target a man on his bicycle survived with a shot to his leg. the child under went surgery. elijah cease grandfather was feeding the baby when he was
6:42am
struck in his apartment. up to this point residents and city leaders noticed a decrease in violence but police say this is a temporary set back. >> we have devoted an incredible amount of resources to addressing this kind of gun violence in our city. and when an incident like this happens, it's beyond sickening. >> the police chief tells us the city doubled its normal reward to $25,000 hoping to arrest the shooter quickly. police are looking into whether the shooting was gang related. they are talking with many people in the area including several community advocates who says has helped contribute to the overall decrease in problems in the city. reporting live in richmond lorraine blanco ktvu channel 2 news. this morning 7,000 dental patients in oklahoma are being warned they may have been exposed to hiv and hepatitis. health officials say they found numerous safety violations at a tulsa dental practice including dirty equipment and employees
6:43am
reusing needles and administering drugs without a license. officials are offering free testing to patients. new study shows how health insurance costs will change next year. the report says nearly 600,000 people in california who buy individual health policies will see their premiums drop. but more than a million of the states wealthy's people will see double digit increases in their peopleups. the changes won't effect 85% of californiaon januaries who -- californians who get their health care through their employers. the report says technicians falsified data on the new bah inertia bridge, bridges in southern california, and overhead sign on 580 in oakland. in all test results were reportedly faked on 11 projects. the auditor says cal trans did not immediately check the work but now says the projects are all safe. two workers received nearly $14,000 in overtime they didn't
6:44am
actually earn. the report includes 14 recommendations for actions cal trans should take. time now is 6:46. major league baseball is back in the bay. giants pitcher tim lincecum says he is confident about his pitches and is ready for the start of the regular season. but last night the a's scored five runs against him including a home run by a's outfielder. the a's pulled away when josh smacked a three run homer. the a's won 7-3. the giants hope to even the bay bridge series tonight at at & t park. there was a bright spot for the giants too. the team announced it's extending the contracts of general manager and manager. the deals will run through the 2016 season. and at 11:30 this morning oakland will raise an a's flag on top of the tribune tower. it kicks off oakland a's spirit week. more than a thousand posters will be distributed to businesses and restaurants. the oakland restaurant will
6:45am
also shine green and yellow. >> i used to practice saying his name. it's not easy to say. >> yes. but if you watch the a's game so much you can pick up on it. let's take a look at the commute now. the traffic will be busy in san jose. not stop and go as you drive through. certainly people are out there. just enough have the day off. it's lighter than usual at the bay bridge toll plaza. we are just getting word of a new crash reported in san francisco on southbound 101 just north of caesar chavez. that is an injury crash. this mornings commute on the livermore castro valley drive. 580 looks good. 680 also looking good. all the way down to sunol grade. let's go to steve. thank you very much. a lot of fog out there for some. not everybody. brandon in pacific said no fog
6:46am
here and 48 degrees. for some from there is a lot of fog. the good news we get a lot of breaks from those higher clouds. they have lifted north. s clouds are out there -- the clouds are out there. it will be a mostly sunny and warm day away from the coast. the low son its way. it will track over us. 40s and 50s a hit cooler away -- a little cooler away from fog. 30s in reno and tahoe. 45 ukiah. 50s mainly but 60s down to southern california where you expect to find them. the low is moving very, very slowly. two speeds slow and stop. but eventually the slow will make it with increased clouds on saturday. the system is on its way. fog, sun, warm today. we get a little bit of a break. we will cloud it up on saturday. possible rain and thundershowers but more likely on sunday when the low goes right across us. after that thick, thick fog a lot of sun. there could be higher clouds coming in later.
6:47am
60s and 70s. mid 70s. maybe a few well inland. i think you will notice the warmer temps. cloudy with skies returning on saturday. possibility of rain in the north bay. saturday afternoon and evening for everyone on sunday lingering showers on monday. and tuesday looks good. cyprus says its restrictions on banking will last a month. people will still be allowed to withdraw $380 a day and limited amounts of money can be taken out of the country but the government says it will phase out those restrictions. despite the attempt to control how much money is withdrawn, the bank of cyprus says 18% of the total deposits have been removed electronically. the dow and the s & p closed out the first quarter at record highs. the dow at 14,578. s & p at 15, 069. san jose based company
6:48am
increased its pay out to shareholders by three cents. cisco is considered a bell weather for the industry. it has a wide section of customers. 10 minutes until 7:00 hour. an arrest that is made that could be connected to a series of bank robberies around the bayer. the big mistake that suspects made. yosemite is upgrading the tents at curry village we're getting a first look at the new accommodations. hazelnut macchiato please. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
6:49am
♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the new hazelnut macchiato from starbucks. crafted by hand & heart.
6:50am
6:51am
the hatch is open. the crews are sailing 252 miles above cover asia. there you see them greeting one another. >> sow use space capsule has successfully docked with the international space station. chris cassidy is one of three astronauts that traveled six hours in the capsule before linking up with the space station. a man is in jail before returning to the scene of a crime. josh was arrested yesterday in novato. police say he was trying to rob the u.s. bank inside a safeway store when a teller recognized him from the robbery last month. now police are trying to determine if he was involved in more than a dozen bank robberies in marin, sonoma
6:52am
banks. >> we will look to see if can find other agencies. >> a 20-year-old man from napa was also arrested yesterday. it's not clear what his connection is to the case. for the first time in more than 40 years san francisco has a new fire station. the san francisco museum of modern art put $14 million toward the project. in exchange they got the old station which needed $9 million in earthquake renovations. the new state of the art facility is located on folsom street. >> it is state of the art. it has equipment we haven't seen in a long time. and i like the requested that it has a generator that in case that big one hits you have three days there to really help us recover. >> the station also has a collection of more than 27,000 pieces of art work. station one is san francisco's
6:53am
busiest fire station with 17,000 annual calls. yosemite is welcoming campers with new tents in curry village. curry village was ground zero in last years outbreak of hon that virus. the virus is contracted by human contact with the body fluids from infected tier or mice. it's not contagious from person to person. they have double installation walls which mice were crawling through. >> we have done a lot of work on all the tent cabins in the park. relative to rodent exclusion that has been our highest priority. >> since last summers outbreak the cabins have been destroyed and rebuilt. 50 of the 91 cabins will be ready for campers beginning on monday. cal tran says the broken bolts probably won't delay the scheduled opening.
6:54am
but engineers tell ktvu news repair crews will be keeping very busy the next five months to meet that deadline. the massive repair job will be costly and difficult. with weeks ago cal tran crews discovered at least 31 huge bolts had snapped. tests later show it contains hydrogen. we have a warning for drivers that use the new devil slide tunnels. there will be a lane closure starting at 1:00 this morning until 3:00 this afternoon. workers are scheduled to do additional lane striping. the tunnels just south of pacifica opened earlier this week. >> it's coming up on 7:00. pretty close. crash in san francisco unfortunately. >> that is right pam and brian. southbound 101 caesar chavez we told you about this last time. the crash is right before the 280 interchange. overturned delivery truck on southbound 101. the fog is preventing us from looking at the 101 camera that we normally have but it is there. use 280 as an alternate route.
6:55am
westbound bay bridge it's light. and this mornings commute in oakland you can see the fog is moving around. it wasn't foggy earlier but it is now. let's go to steve. you are correct, sir. we talked about that. it's definitely showing up. our observer said very, very foggy. quarter mile visibility. and that will play into our weather. also playing into our weather is a break from a lot of the high mid level clouds. mostly sunny and mild. also coming up on mornings on 2 a story we have been following in san francisco for the past two hours. what led us to this frightening scene. also a suspect search in the south bay. you will see the video that police hope will lead to the arrest.
6:56am
mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ ♪
6:57am
we're live in san francisco at hunter's point where a car smashes into a house. we'll show you the damage and we'll tell you who police are now looking for. some chilling words from the leader of north korea. his latest warning to the united states. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where police need your help in solving a robbery.
6:58am
we'll tell you surveillance video of the men who targeted some teenaged boys riding the light rail. and the becomes a victim and the reward growing from it. "mornings on 2" starts right now. good friday move, i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark is off today. police are searching for the driver who plowed into a home in san francisco's bayview district, then took off. it happened around 4:00 it morning. tara moriarty is joinging us with reaction from the home in the woman who thought there had been an earthquake. >> reporter: good morning. they thought it was an earthquake. the mother said the daughter rushed into her bedroom and said i think it's the big one and then they looked outside and saw the car smashed into
6:59am
their house where the blue tarp is. witnesses say the driver slammed into the house and then the suspect ran away. there appears to be about $10,000 worth of damage to the house and many items inside the garage were ruined, including a dryer. witnesses could not tell if the person was a man or a woman. they appeared to be latino or pacific islander. the impact of the crash was enough to wake up everyone inside the home. luckily, no one was hurt. >> came outside, nobody was hurt. all of the stones and rock and stuff is on the ground. very surprising. you don't really see too many disasters like this. >> reporter: police are running the license plates right now. they say the car was not stolen. oftentimes in these type of cases, police say the driver is usually drunk and flees the scene. police want to remind everyone that it is a crime to report a